The AdventurePro Video Festival is open to any video between 2 – 15 minutes featuring Australian &/or New Zealand Outdoor Adventure — or, Aussies and Kiwis adventuring overseas!

“The premiere screenings in Mansfield were well attended and enjoyed by everyone. The audience, film-makers, organisers and supporters were all winners and grinners,” says Colin Kneebone, AdventurePro’s Client Services Manager.

“We had overwhelmingly positive feedback from the large audiences and the quality of the entries was outstanding.”

“You only had to look at the wide-eyes and big smiles on people’s faces as they emerged from the theatre to know the event was a success.”

“There was a real buzz in the air as the premiere brought together a broad spectrum of people to celebrate the outdoors.”

The festival’s next screening will be during the school holidays at the Mt Buller Cinema on Saturday July 4th from 7pm to 9.30pm.

Last run of the day on Summit as the sun sets over the High Country

Last run of the day on Summit as the sun sets over the High Country Copyright Mt Buller / Photo: Andrew Railton

The festival has entries that showcase a variety of diverse outdoor pursuits like BASE jumping, sea kayaking, surfing, body boarding, stand up paddling, white water rafting and kayaking, canyoning, paragliding, mountaineering, trail running, rock climbing, highlining, mountain biking, snorkelling, pack rafting, scuba diving, ballooning and more.

“The 2015 festival highlights the passion people have for the outdoors and outdoor activities through touching narratives, amazing journeys, outdoor education stories and some stunning visuals,” continues Mr Kneebone.

“We believe we have best line-up of locally made adventure based short films ever screened — and we want you to see them in one of the best adventure destinations in Australia.”

All videos are rated fresh and exciting ‘family-friendly’ adventure and value packed family tickets are available at just $50 for a family of 2 adults and up to 4 children.

“Adventure lovers have been demanding an Australian short adventure film festival for years — our film-makers have delivered so come along and enjoy the Mt Buller screening… there will be something to satisfy every adventurer!” concludes Mr Kneebone.

Sunset in the Mt Buller Village

Sunset in the Mt Buller Village Copyright Mt Buller / Photo: Andrew Railton

Tickets are $25 for Adults, $15 per Child and $50 for a Family of 2 adults and up to 4 children.

Tickets will be available at the door, subject to availability, or they can be pre-purchased online


About The Author

Dave Casey

Dave has worked as an International Expedition Leader and in Outdoor Education for over 15 years. He has extensive travel and guiding experience in Australia, NZ, Asia, South/North America and Europe. In his spare time Dave is a keen bushwalker, mountain biker and climber while also dabbling in some mountaineering and sea kayaking.

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